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Gunter Hall

Gunter Hall is the architectural symbol for the University of Northern Colorado. The project converted the building from a gymnasium and athletic facility to a medical education facility for the College of Health and Human Sciences. A "new building within a building" was created within the historic main gym to house classrooms, labs and offices for the College. This new interior addition is centered around atrium that maintains the memory of the gymnasium and serves as the focus for the entire facility. The Collegiate Gothic exterior of the building was fully restored. The project was financed with capital construction funds from the State of Colorado.

James Hartman was the Project Architect for Fentress Bradburn Architects.

About

Location: Greeley,Colorado
Project Size: 92,000 GSF
Project Cost: $10,000,000
Status:completed in 1996